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Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Brexit: Publicity (7 Oct 2019)

Justin Madders: ...Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to Answer of 1 October 2019 to Question 291438, for what reasons the postcodes where adverts for the Get Ready for Brexit campaign have been placed will not be published.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Brexit: Publicity (7 Oct 2019)

Justin Madders: ...of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to Answer of 1 October 2019 to Question 291438, what criteria was used to determine the location of where the Get Ready for Brexit campaign adverts would be placed.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Brexit: Publicity (7 Oct 2019)

Justin Madders: ...for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 1 October 2019 to Question 291438, whether Ministers of his Department were involved in the selection of the locations for the Get Ready for Brexit campaign adverts.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Brexit: Publicity (1 Oct 2019)

Justin Madders: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, if he will publish the postcodes where adverts for the Get Ready for Brexit campaign have been placed.

Compliance with the European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019 (26 Sep 2019)

Justin Madders: Businesses are telling me that thousands of jobs in my constituency are at risk if there is no deal, but it sounds to me like the Government think that that is a price worth paying to get Brexit done by 31 October. Is that right?

Prorogation of Parliament — [Joan Ryan in the Chair] (9 Sep 2019)

Justin Madders: ...contacted me through social media and email. I agree with them that for the Prime Minister to shut down Parliament at such an important time in our country’s history, in the end stages of the Brexit process with by far the largest negotiations this country has undertaken in at least half a century, is nothing short of an outrage. The Prime Minister is not content with ignoring...

Prorogation of Parliament — [Joan Ryan in the Chair] (9 Sep 2019)

Justin Madders: ...the same thing—an absolute outrage for democracy. That is where we are. Parliament will be suspended later today because the Prime Minister desires to avoid scrutiny and force us into a no-deal Brexit, despite the Government’s own analysis showing that a no-deal Brexit would mean food shortages, medicine shortages and chaos at our ports, and despite Parliament legislating to take no...

European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 6) Bill (4 Sep 2019)

Justin Madders: ...chain and associated businesses, but statements made by the parent group over the summer have made it crystal clear that the plant’s very existence is dependent on the UK avoiding a no-deal Brexit. We know the plant faces challenges, as every car manufacturer does, but in the past, with the help of the Government, management and unions, everyone has pulled together to make it work, but...

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: UK Automotive Sector: No-deal Brexit (16 Jul 2019)

Justin Madders: As the Secretary of State knows, Vauxhall Motors in Ellesmere Port has a future if we can avoid a no-deal Brexit. In recent weeks, members of the Government have been falling over themselves to endorse a no-deal Brexit, despite the damage that will do to the automotive sector. Will he not put his own job ahead of those of my constituents—will he rule out a no-deal Brexit today?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Jul 2019)

Justin Madders: ...if we can avoid crashing out of the EU without a deal, but my constituents are very concerned to hear in recent weeks the Prime Minister’s potential successors talk up the prospects of a no-deal Brexit. Will she tell them both in no uncertain terms that if they pursue that option, they will consign thousands of jobs in my constituency and beyond to history?

Business of the House (4 Jul 2019)

Justin Madders: ...at Prime Minister’s questions yesterday, the company that owns Vauxhall Motors at Ellesmere Port has announced that we are going to get the new Astra model, but only if we avoid a no-deal Brexit. Now, I cannot help thinking that the reason the company has said this is that both the men who want to be the next Prime Minister have been talking up the prospects of a no-deal Brexit. Given...

Inequality and Social Mobility (12 Jun 2019)

Justin Madders: ...chair of the APPG, I was pleased when, on taking office, the Prime Minister talked about tackling the burning injustices. She seemed to sum up many of the frustrations and factors that led to the Brexit vote. Ironically, the fact that the Government have been tied up with that is part of the explanation for the stagnation on social mobility right now. When the board of the Social Mobility...

Housing (9 Apr 2019)

Justin Madders: I am sure we all welcome debating a subject other than Brexit. If I was to use the issues that constituents come to see me about in my surgery as a guide to what else we should be talking about, housing would come at the top of the list every time. From the parent facing eviction from their private tenancy with no permanent housing options on the table, to the tenant coming back to me for the...

Permitted Development and Shale Gas Exploration (28 Mar 2019)

Justin Madders: ...categorically that supporting unconventional gas or oil extraction is incompatible with meeting our binding targets under the Climate Change Act 2008. We have spent months in here trapped in a Brexit mess of our own making, and all the while the impact of climate change both at home and abroad is happening around us. Are we so wrapped up in our own squabbles that we fail to fully...

Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill (Changed to Healthcare (European Economic Area and Switzerland Arrangements) Bill): Power to make healthcare payments (26 Mar 2019)

Justin Madders: ... the Member for Burnley (Julie Cooper). It is curious that both the Minister who led for the Government on Second Reading and I, as Opposition spokesperson, have moved on since then, him to become Brexit Secretary and me to become a Back Bencher. We could have a debate—perhaps even a Division—on who got the better deal. However, perhaps most curious is that, along the way, the measure...

Leaving the Eu: Protection for Workers (6 Mar 2019)

Justin Madders: I am sure that the Secretary of State can see that there is a little bit of a credibility gap to close. He said in his statement that the Prime Minister has given a commitment that Brexit will not be allowed to erode workers’ rights, so can he explain why both he and the Prime Minister last week voted in favour of statutory instruments that do exactly that?

Stronger Towns Fund (4 Mar 2019)

Justin Madders: The Secretary of State has linked this fund to Brexit. My constituency voted leave. As its name suggests, it consists of two towns, both of which contain significant pockets of deprivation. I should have thought that they were exactly the communities for which the fund was designed, but under the rules there is no guarantee that they will see a penny of it. If that comes to pass, will the...

Healthcare (International Arrangements) Bill: Annual report on the cost of healthcare arrangements (21 Jan 2019)

Justin Madders: ...the important point that the Bill before us is rightly intended to provide for all reciprocal healthcare arrangements in the future, and to provide for all eventualities. As we know, a no-deal Brexit could lead to a multitude of new bilateral agreements within the EU27, let alone the rest of the world. At this stage, none of us can be clear about how many of those agreements will come into...

Leaving the EU: European Union (Withdrawal) Act (14 Jan 2019)

Justin Madders: ...families and friends in a way that will take years to fix. The longer the process continues, the wider those cracks become, and many issues are not receiving the attention that they need because Brexit, and many of the causes of Brexit, are not being addressed. Those are the big issues that I want us, as a country, to tackle. Brexit has sucked the life out of all other political debate in...

NHS Reorganisation — [Mike Gapes in the Chair] (12 Dec 2018)

Justin Madders: ...occasions to assure those of us who have concerns that this will not see mass privatisation. However, during the debate on integration in September, the previous Health Minister, now the latest Brexit Secretary, was asked four times by Conservative, Scottish National party and Labour Members to expressly rule out new organisations being run by the private sector. He failed to do so on...


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